Haddon Township wrapped up the Colonial Conference Patriot Division baseball championship with an 11-5 victory at Overbrook yesterday.

Frank Trautz, Ryan Easterday and winning pitcher Dustin Smith each homered for the Hawks, who will play Cinnaminson for the South Jersey Group 2 title today.

Also in the Colonial, Mike Brandon struck out 11 Woodbury batters in five innings, allowing one hit in host Audubon's 12-2 win. Tom Dyer had two singles, a double and a triple and scored three runs, and Brian Flacco chipped in with three hits and three RBIs.

Olympic. Eastern coach Rob Christ nailed down his 200th career victory as the Vikings upended host Washington Township, 9-2.

Matt Lawson drove in two runs and Eric Oliver scored three times for the Vikings (16-9). Christ, in his sixth year at Eastern after six years at Gateway, has just one losing season at each school and won a South Jersey championship at Gateway.

Cape-Atlantic. Millville (20-4) set a school record for wins in a season with a 9-4 success against visiting Vineland. Efren Fernandez homered for the Bolts.

Ocean City finished its season above .500 (12-11) by winning seven of its last nine games, including a 7-5 success against visiting Egg Harbor Township.

Vinnie Murphy went 2 for 3 with a solo homer and two RBIs, and the Red Raiders got two hits each from Sean Feeney, Connor Ortolf and Brian Longo.


Zyomara Nieves singled in two runs to tie the game in the bottom of the 10th inning, then scored the game-winner on Amanda Hershey's sacrifice fly, handing Pennsauken a 6-5 marathon Olympic Conference win over visiting Cherry Hill West.

Haley Snyder, the sister of winning pitcher Shelby, hit a home run.

Burlington County. Amanda Bailey scored on a fifth-inning error, breaking a 3-3 deadlock and lifting Palmyra past visiting Riverside, 4-3.


In her final scholastic game for Eastern, Carli Rouh scored her 100th goal of the season, highlighting the Vikings' 16-8 Olympic Conference win over visiting Cherry Hill East.

Rouh, who has 161 career goals in two seasons, had seven in the game to finish the season with 106. Alexa Lodovici and Kerri Aiken added three goals each in front of goalie Brittany Buckley (seven saves).

In other action, Clearview won the inaugural Gloucester County Cup, 17-4, at Washington Township. Jess Loizeaux and Michelle Tumolo had four goals each, and Mackenzie Landon added three.

Boys. Clearview (15-4) ended the most successful season in the program's five-year history with an 11-3 win at Washington Township in the inaugural Gloucester County Cup.

Nick Philippi and Josh Wileczek scored four goals each, and goalie Eddie Stubits made 13 saves.

Boys' Tennis

Haddonfield put the finishing touches on a 20-4 record, including a perfect 16-0 in the Colonial Conference, with a 5-0 win over visiting Lindenwold. Matt Chalkley notched a 6-2, 6-1 win at first singles.

Newark Academy edged Westfield, 3-2, in the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions final at Mercer County Park.